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borzoo

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Hi
I Installed Kerio 8.4.2 on my pc and after that the programs which I had written in vb6 and I had used microsoft runtime scripting "scrrun.dll" for example I have this line in my code:
Set fs = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")

the program shows error "activex componnet can not create object" exactly on this line
I checked scrrun.dll is registerd and I tested it with a little vb script on my pc. everything seems is good.
I'm sure that kerio causes this problem, because after coming back to the restore point before installing it, everything is going well and there isn't any error.
could anyone help my what's wrong and what is the solution?

thanx
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Reinaldo

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Borzoo,

Since Kerio Control has no support to Windows anymore I'm assuming you are talking about Kerio Connect. If this is the case I recommend that you try the Kerio Connect forum. For sure somebody there can help you better.
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